Question about 1994 Ford Crown Victoria
I've changed the fuse even though it wasn't blown and in the past this happened but then resolved itself by the next time I drove the car. It isn't fixing itself anymore. Those are the only two things that do not work.
I am a girl and no auto mechanic training but have done some repairs on previous cars with instructions sucessfully.
The check engine light comes on and off depending on its mood if that might have anything to do with. I have changed the oil and air filter regularly as well as check hoses and fluids.
I just do not have the money to have it fixed and need to drive. Any help would be deeply appreciated.
Sounds like the head lamp switch on the dash. Check the connector at the back of the switch and make sure it is still seated properly. Over time it can accumulate dust which will draw moisture and can cause slight corroding. If the connector is still in good shape and seated, I would replace the switch. Might be a simple fix.
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